noun, plural na·oi [ney-oi] /ˈneɪ ɔɪ/.
Origin of naos
Examples from the Web for naos
A niche contrived in the further wall of the naos acted the part of a secos.
They led their visitors through the pronaos and naos to the secos, to the holy of holies.The Tour|Louis Couperus
They are isolated from one another by walls which run from front to back of the naos.
The new breakwater which runs out from Balboa to Naos Island suggests wind and storm.The Panama Canal|J. Saxon Mills
The sculptures above are of the time of Augustus, as are those of the lateral walls of the Naos.The Overland Guide-book|James Barber